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Facebook Beacon complete opt-in missing piece (updated)

Updated: The new total opt-in for Facebook Beacon that Mark Zuckerberg alluded in his public note today is not  now totally preemptive. When Zuckerberg's note was sent out, if you hadn't been to a Beacon partner site, you got this message in the Facebook external Web site privacy control:Privacy Settings for External Websites Show your friends what you like and what you're up to outside of Facebook.

December 5, 2007 by Dan Farber

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Comcast's stumble: More competition than economy?

Comcast has cut it outlook for 2007 citing "an increasingly challenging economic and competitive environment." And just to hammer the point home, Michael Angelakis, co-chief financial officer, said Thursday at a UBS investment conference in New York that "this is not a robust economy.

December 4, 2007 by

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Zuckerberg speaks: Lessons learned from Beacon

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally addressed the firestorm of controversy around the Beacon ad system. "I'm not proud of the way we've handled this situation and I know we can do better," he said in a note on Facebook's site.

December 4, 2007 by Dan Farber

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Reputation taking center stage

We hold the Internet Identity Workshop twice a year. One way to track the vector of developments in user-centric identity it to plot the gestalt of the workshop each year.

December 4, 2007 by Phil Windley

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SAP blesses the iPhone

SAP has jumped on the iPhone bandwagon, announcing that a version of its salesforce automation software coming out this month will be compatible with the Jobs iPod/phone.iPhone support comes ahead of more popular business smart phones--BlackBerry, Treo and Microsoft devices.

December 4, 2007 by Dan Farber

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